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Tuesday, July 10, 2012 at 8:00 AM - Wednesday, July 11, 2012 at 6:00 PM (PDT)
San Francisco, United States
Design. Rarely has a single force so utterly dominated economic enterprise. It's determining the winners in everything mobile, including consumer & enterprise apps, mobile payment providers, and even large scale databases and networks.
We're defining "design" to encompass user interface and experience (UI/UX), and in that sense it's become the mobile trump card. The most successful players are focusing on one thing: How to make products, services, and devices as compelling and delightful as possible - visually, and experientially.
At MobileBeat 2012 — our fifth annual conference on the future of mobile — we're assembling the most elite minds to debate how UI/UX is transforming every aspect of the mobile economy. You'll learn firsthand where the biggest opportunities lie, the pitfalls to avoid, and how to incorporate smart mobile design practices into your business.
Sub Themes: (check them out in more detail here)
2. IT: Consumerization
3. Infrastructure/Cloud: Scale is Beauty
5. Retail: Wait, Why Are They Coming?
6. Designing Distribution
Whether you're an enterprise company, publisher, developer, marketer, service vendor, brand/retailer or infrastructure player, design is something you can no longer ignore.
Join us for two days packed with insightful content and high-level networking opps with 1000+ attendees.
MobileBeat 2012 is co-located with our fourth annual GamesBeat conference. We’re offering a discounted joint pass that allows for full access to both events. **There are no refunds within 30 days of VentureBeat events.
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VentureBeat covers disruptive technology and explains why it matters in our lives. We’re the leading publication for news and perspective on the most innovative technologies, and we also bring the community together several times per year through our own executive-level conferences.